Berlin Behavioral Economics Seminar Series
The Berlin Behavioral Economics Seminar Series is a joint effort between DIW, ESMT,
WZB, and TU Berlin with the aim of fostering the exchange between active researchers
in the areas of behavioral and experimental economics.
The 2012 summer semester series will be held at the DIW on Thursdays from
16.15-17.45 in the Schumpeter Hall unless otherwise stated.
|03.05.||Uwe Dulleck||QUT, Brisbane||The Good, the Bad and the Naive: Do good experts choose fair prices or do fair prices induce good behaviour||Schumpeter |
|24.05.||Adam Szeidl||CEU, Budapest||A model of focusing in economic choice | PDF, 424.64 KB||R 5.2.010|
|01.06.||Santosh Anagol||University of Pennsylvania||Understanding the Incentives of Commission Motivated Agents: Theory and Evidence from the Indian Life Insurance Market | PDF, 0.76 MB||Schumpeter |
|21.06.||Charles Sprenger||Stanford University||Working Over Time: Dynamic Inconsistency in Real Effort||Schumpeter|
|05.07.||Martin Kocher||University of Munich||An Experimental Study of Precautionary Bidding||Schumpeter|
|12.07.||Camille Cornand||CNRS, France||Reducing over-reaction to central bank's disclosures: theory and experiment | PDF, 1.01 MB||Schumpeter|